Jacob’s Trouble Aligned with the Death of Rachel and Birth of Benjamin (The Man Child) with Signs in the Sun, Moon and Stars..

We all know the Scripture related to Jehovah Elohim’s purpose creating the Sun, Moon and the Stars for Appointed Times and Seasons.

Genesis 1:14-19
New King James Version
14 Then God said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs and seasons, and for days and years; 15 and let them be for lights in the firmament of the heavens to give light on the earth”; and it was so. 16 Then God made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night. He made the stars also. 17 God set them in the firmament of the heavens to give light on the earth, 18 and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness. And God saw that it was good. 19 So the evening and the morning were the fourth day.


According to Psalm 90:10, we know that from Israel’s 70th Birthday (May 14, 2018) to the Point where they are still 80 Years Old, even to 81 (May 14, 2029), that the Tribulation is to begin and finish during that period of time.

Psalm 90:10
New King James Version
10 The days of our lives are seventy years;
And if by reason of strength they are eighty years,
Yet their boast is only labor and sorrow;
For it is soon cut off, and we fly away.


We stand in 2022, where the Feast of Trumpets (Sept 27th/28th, 2022) aligns to the 2nd Coming of Christ in 2029 with Prophetic Timing Alignment (1260+1290 Days = 2550 Days) to complete the Tribulation Period.

In 2021, we saw some major Rapture Connections, especially with the Longest Eclipse in over 1000 years on Nov 18th/19th, 2021, which connected to a 14 Day window between another Eclipse during Hanukkah in 2021, that was connected to a Noah Timeline that we followed throughout 2021 into 2022.

We have now a new Noah Timeline beginning on October 26th/27th after a Partial Eclipse on Oct 24th/25th, which represents the closing of Judgement Session and the Beginning of a New Judgement Session.

This Oct 24th-25th Eclipse, also connects a 14 Day Window to an Eclipse on November 7th-8th, which brings me to introduce a New Revelation Discovery of Connection to the Eclipses of 2021, Jacob’s Trouble, The Birthing of the Man Child and the Beginning of Judgement related to Methusaleh.


While looking at the upcoming Eclipse on Nov 7th-8th on my calendar, I noticed I had another calendar date connected to it that was highlightedCheshvan 11 – November 6th-7th.

Cheshvan 11 – November 6th-7th

On Cheshvan 11, this is when Methuselah Died at Age 969 and also the Death of Rachel, while giving Birth to Benjamin.

When I saw that, my spirit leaped because I remembered there was a specific mention of this in a video I played recently of Mark Blitz and Paul Bagley, discussing the Nov 18th-19th, 2021 Eclipse and the Torah reading that specific day of Rachel’s Death and the Birth of Benjamin. See video..

Now to add to what Mark Blitz was saying and the significance of Rachel and the Birth of Benjamin, is the symbolism to the Birthing of Jesus Christ.

Let’s look at an article describing this symbolism..

Is there some prophetic significance to the location of Benjamin’s birth, his names, and the manner of his birth (Genesis 35:16-19)?

This question is about the four verses concerning the birth of Benjamin and death of Rachel:

16 And they journeyed from Bethel; and there was but a little way to come to Ephrath: and Rachel travailed, and she had hard labour. 17 And it came to pass, when she was in hard labour, that the midwife said unto her, Fear not; thou shalt have this son also. 18 And it came to pass, as her soul was in departing, (for she died) that she called his name Benoni: but his father called him Benjamin. 19 And Rachel died, and was buried in the way to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem.

In this brief narrative, there might appear to be remarkable prophetic details. Biblical names (especially in Genesis) frequently have a prophetic meaning. In some cases what appears to be a prophetic implication of a name (as “Abram”) might of course just be a coincidence. But in this case, the names of Benjamin, Bethel, and Bethlehem seem not only prophetic, but to involve interrelated prophesies. Rachel’s dying and Benjamin’s being born might also be interestingly related with the names. Is this correct, or only a few coincidences? Explain.

Practically every small detail in this little narrative of humble beginnings has a reference to something else, and generally something much greater. And the details are interconnected, so we will deal with them in a single long answer.

(1) The prophecy of Joseph’s name, He Will Add. Rachel’s midwife said, “Fear not; thou shalt have this son also.” (Gen 35:17) This is a prophetic reference to the very name of Joseph, which meant He Will Add, and God does indeed add a son, Benjamin. But later, the Lord “will add” more than Benjamin, and at Bethlehem, which is, of course, the birthplace of both David the king and Christ the king; and if Benjamin was the least of the twelve Israelite patriarchs, David was the greatest of the merely human kings, and Jesus was the greatest of all kings and indeed of all beings, insofar as he is substantially the same as God the Father. So he did add, indeed.

(2) The recurring, prophetic Bethlehem connection. We just saw the recurring significance of Bethlehem, as the birthplace of David and Jesus. Indeed, of all the places in the Promised Land where one final child of Jacob could be born, it was especially apropos and prophetic that Benjamin should be born here.

The historical significance of Bethlehem as the place where Rachel became a mother of the Israelites is supported by the book of Ruth, even before David was born, when the elders of Bethlehem told Boaz:

The Lord make the woman that is come into thine house like Rachel and like Leah, which two did build the house of Israel; and do thou worthily in Ephratah, and be famous in Beth-lehem… (Ruth 4:11)

(3) The prophetic meaning of the city names, the House of God and the House of Bread. The family has just traveled from the House of God (Beth-el) to the House of Bread (Beth-lehem). This is deeply significant given what we have noted in (1) and (2). Through common and special grace, God provides “our daily bread” (Matt 6:11); and the greatest bread he has given us is the “Bread of Life” (John 6:48). It so happens that the person who taught us to pray for “our daily bread” was this “Bread of Life”—born at the House of Bread.

(4) Out of death, life—again. Benjamin, sadly, was born as his mother gave birth to him, and thus life came out of death. Jesus, too, died so that we might live, and his own resurrection from death to life was the first illustration of the hope of man he gave us.

(5) Son of my Sorrow and the Man of Sorrows; Son of my Right Hand and he who sits at the right hand of God. In this connection it is especially striking that Rachel proposed to call the infant Ben-oni, Son of my Sorrow, considering that Jesus was himself called the Man of Sorrows (Isa 53:3). Yet more astonishing is the fact that Jacob, the infant’s father, decided to call his son, instead, Ben-jamin, Son of My Right Hand, while God the Father of Jesus determined that he shall “sit on the right hand of the power of God.” (Luke 22:69).

Indeed, the meaning of Benjamin’s name refers to nothing in his own life or the life of his descendants, as near as I can tell; it seems much better explained in this prophecy. Neither he nor the tribe of Benjamin really serves as the “right-hand man” of either Israel the man (Benjamin’s father) or Israel the nation (indeed, Benjamin was disgraced and nearly wiped out in Judges 19-21). That is, insofar as the meaning of the names “Ben-oni” and “Benjamin” are prophetic, the prophecy does not seem to point to Benjamin the man or the tribe, but rather to the famous seed of Israel—the Messiah most importantly, and the nation of Israel as “the right-hand man” of God among the nations.

In short, the birth of Benjamin at Bethlehem, upon his mother’s death, most significantly prefigures, and is a type of, the birth of “the seed of Israel,” especially the Messiah who had his start in Bethlehem. But it has other interesting prophetic connections as well.

Rachel, whose entire married life had been spent desiring to bear sons for Jacob, gave birth to a second boy. Realizing that she was dying from the birth, she named the baby Ben-Oni meaning “son of my sorrow.” However, Jacob changed the name of the boy to Benjamin meaning “son of my right hand.” Matthew Henry explains:

There was also some specific connections to Methusaleh, Queen Elizabeth’s Death and his name.. See video..

When Methuselah was born, his godly father must have prophetically known of coming things for his son’s name means “when he dies, judgment,” and interestingly enough, Methuselah died in the same year God judged the sinful world with the great Flood of Noah’s day.


This seems to be, the Lord announcing the Birthing of the Man Child and Jacob’s Trouble (Judgement) coming upon this World. Possibly beginning at the End of Cheshvan 11 at the November 7th-8th, 2022 Eclipse.

That’s the 1st Revelation to the November 8th Eclipse.


The next thing the Lord told me to do is to run a Date Calculation from the November 18th-19th, 2021 Eclipse to the November 6th-7th of Cheshvan 11.

The result ends up being 354 Days.

The Lord then prompted me to look into 354 Days and to my amazement, 354 Days is a Full Year Calculation during the time of Noah.

Here’s a reference below from an article I found discussing the 354 Days in the Hebrew Calendar in the Days of Noah.

What Calendar was used in the Book of Genesis?

First Option – Hebrew Calendar Was used
The first option is that the Hebrew calendar was in use at the time of the flood. Since Moses wrote the book of Genesis, he would have been familiar with the calendar because it was in use at the time of Moses. But this must be rejected since the Hebrew calendar is a lunar calendar and its months vary in length between 29 or 30 days. Our reasoning follows in the next paragraph.

A quick comparison of Genesis 7:11 with Genesis 8:4 reveals that five months had elapsed from the start of the flood to the time that God shut off the outpouring of the water. Genesis 8:3 says that one hundred and fifty days had elapsed between Genesis 7:11 and Genesis 8:4. If we divide one hundred and fifty days by five months we discover that each month had thirty days. Since the Hebrew calendar was a lunar calendar, having 29 or 30 days per month for a total of 354 days per year,[1] this would suggest that the Hebrew calendar was not used in the book of Genesis at the time of the flood. It is important to note that any sequence of five months in the Hebrew calendar is less than one hundred and fifty days.


So here we see another direct connection to a Noah Judgement Period beginning with alignment to Eclipses from 2021, that brought us to alignment with the Eclipses on Oct 24th-25th, 2022 to the 14 Day Connection to November 7th-8th, 2022 l, the Death of Methusaleh, Judgement to begin at the new Schmita Cycle and Year of Jubilee.

A Birthing of Benjamin, symbolic of Jesus, the Birthing of the Man-Child that is “Caught Up”, that will dwell in our Tents for a little while until the Indignation had passed!

Extreme High Rapture and High Event Watch on November 7th, as Cheshvan 11 closes with TWO major Events (Death of Methusaleh amd Death of Rachel) that occurred that day to make 11/11.


Prepare for the Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s Death on the Cross for payment for your sins.

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